Comedy Central releases a new trailer as it gears up for a fresh season of “Futurama,” set to air this summer with all-new episodes.
VFX artist and director Jeremy Hunt teams with Autodesk to produce an original, humorous short film that showcases the movie-making magic of Autodesk Smoke 2013 video editing and visual effects software.
MPC introduces “Thomas,” a photo-real VFX-fueled spot for Dell that reveals the transformative power of imagination.
Prime Focus London’s commercials division is poised to go into administration, saying that its commercials operations in London “continue to suffer from low volumes and suppressed margins” and “continued to be a drag on performance.”
Great Guns teams with Artbox and agency AKQA create a new spot for Nike’s new Hypershield clothing and footwear line.
Framestore creates a 15-second animation that will be displayed on a cube screen in Time Square for Audible.com.
Tim Godsall, Mike Maguire, Noam Murro, Aaron Stoller, Clay Weiner and Andreas Nilsson direct spots for top brands.
Brickyard animates Adobe “Animals,” a tongue-in-cheek reflection on huge Super Bowl ad spends that premiered exclusively online.
Cinelicious expands to Santa Monica in a joint venture with Big Block, signing signed award-winning short form colorist Robert Curreri.
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In “Apple,” the first in a five-part campaign for Allstate, MPC casts the mischievous Mr. Mayhem at the center of the Garden of Eden’s iconic apple-eating scene.
Rock Paper Scissors’ Adam Pertofsky cuts the “Got Milk” spot for ad agency Deutsch featuring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson using Adobe Premiere Pro.
LOGAN teams up with Conscious Minds, the creative agency who directed, wrote and produced NIKE FUEL MISSIONS, to design a pair of animated games for Nike+.
Ogilvy launches new commercial starring dragon character for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor; new campaign with global reach shows consumers why they should care about what’s inside their mobile devices.